Because of high water usage over the weekend, the Board of Water Supply is asking Hawaii Kai residents to cut back water use through Thursday.
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The Board of Water Supply is asking Hawaii Kai customers from Keahole Street to the Hawaii Kai Golf Course to conserve water through Thursday. Read more
State wildland firefighters have contained a fire on the Pali Highway end of the Maunawili Ditch Trail, a spokesman for the Department of Land and Natural Resources said. Read more
There are 6,451 active infections statewide, with a total of 4,888 patients now classified by health officials as “released from isolation” and 129 new release cases reported today. Read more
Ige said that setting a framework for reopening Hawaii’s economy would likely be one of the topics as he meets with the county mayors today. Read more
The movement is expected to continue through Wednesday, followed by a turn toward the west on Wednesday night. Read more
Maui County Ocean Safety personnel were taking down shark warning signs upon information from DLNR that concluded the incident was not a shark bite. Read more
VIDEO: Former UH Warrior and CFL great Chad Owens hosts Star-Advertiser sports show ‘The CO2 RUN DWN’
“The CO2 RUN DWN” runs on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 1 p.m. and feature insights, interviews and commentary from the former CFL most valuable player and UH all-time career yardage leader. Read more
About 130 fish, including palani, kala, u‘hu, he‘e, ulua and sea cucumbers were counted. Read more
The union says it trusts Amemiya to lead Honolulu through the COVID-19 crisis. Read more
He promised that he would push forward immediately to confirm President Donald Trump’s pick — seemingly unbothered by the obvious conflict between his position four years ago and his stance now. Read more
Jordan becomes the first Black majority owner of a full-time Cup team since Hall of Famer Wendell Scott drove his own race car in 495 races from 1961 to 1973. Read more
Wisconsin’s attorney general announced he has selected a former Madison police chief to serve as an independent consultant for prosecutors weighing whether to file charges against the officer who shot Jacob Blake, a Black man who was left paralyzed from the waist down. Read more
Hollywood’s unions announced they have reached an agreement on pandemic protocols with major studios that will allow the broad resumption of production of films and television after six months of stagnant sets. Read more
Thousands of people in Brunei, Taiwan, Japan and Australia have started booking flights that start and end in the same place. The practice satisfies the itch to travel while also helping to keep airline workers employed. Read more
Data compiled by Opportunity Insights, a research group, show that the highest-paying one-third of jobs have almost fully recovered from the recession. Read more
A man who calls himself the “Dread Head Cowboy” was taken into custody after riding his horse on Chicago’s Dan Ryan Expressway during the height of evening rush hour. Read more
The recordings, which have not been made public, are the only known potential evidence that the men paid for sex. Read more
The reversal was the latest in a series of episodes to raise questions about the independence of U.S. health agencies. Read more
Gov. David Ige joined Spotlight Hawaii, a new series from the Honolulu Star-Advertiser that shines a spotlight on issues affecting our islands, today and took viewer questions. Read more
Among the dead are an untold number of parents who’ve left behind children that constitute another kind of victim. Read more
Gov. David Ige’s announcement last week that Hawaii will launch a pre-arrival testing program Oct. 15 kicked off the start of a fall tourism reopening for Hawaii. Read more